(Boston, MA)  --   A teenager accused of lying to agents in the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings is set to be released on $100,000 bond.  Robel Phillipos today secured the bond by real estate, which was put up by a third party.  He was arrested last week on accusations of lying to investigators looking into the bombing allegedly carried out by Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.  Phillipos will be released to his mother and be required to wear a GPS tracking device.